Halloween Haunted Hikes
The TPEC is setting up for the Halloween fun with the Halloween Fest and Costume Parade set for , from (rain date is 2-4.) Games, contests, arts & crafts, with oodles of prizes and the popular Halloween Costume Parade at the Bird Sanctuary. Enjoy face painting, mail sack races, recycle rally relay, or make your own totebag. Reserve tickets by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets are $10 each for this children’s event.
and evenings 6-10 are the super popular Halloween Haunted Hikes! Take an escorted tour along the spider-webbed and holiday lighted trails but watch out! This year the place has been overrun with invasive species, and even genetically modified food! The hike isn’t your run of the mill fright fest, its a fun, creepy, and spooky walk where you meet the real horrors - every one environmentally themed, from a toxic waste spill, to a flock of Angry Birds, giant roaches, invasive vines, lovely but poisonous butterflies, the weed wizard, and Dr Jeckle Honeydew’s madly genetically engineered killer corn, tomatoes and vegetables, that just might want to snack on YOU! Don’t worry, its all in fun, and there are spooky and not so spooky walks offered for all ages.
Enjoy a Halloween snack or a drink from our refreshment stand, and support both the Girl Scouts and the community’s nature preserve. You and your family will enjoy the time, but watch out for the overly cute plastic bag monsters, so don’t litter.